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PLAN FOR ROAD CLOSURES ON MONDAY, JULY 4, 2022 FOR
PURCELLVILLE INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE
PURCELLVILLE, Va., June 27, 2022 — The annual Independence Day Parade will be held on Monday, July 4, 2022. The information about the route and road closures is below to help residents and visitors prepare.
The Independence Day Parade will start and finish at Blue Ridge Middle School, making a loop. The route is below:
- Blue Ridge Middle School
- Right on A Street
- Right on 20th Street
- Right on Main Street
- Right on Maple Avenue
- Right on A Street
- Right at Blue Ridge Middle School
Please do not park on the streets along the parade route
from Sunday, July 3 at 9:00 p.m. through Monday, July 4 at 2 p.m.
For safety reasons, cars parked along the parade route are subject to towing.
Road Closures for the Parade
The roads listed below will be closed from 10:30 a.m. and remain closed until the parade concludes at approximately 1:00 p.m. Times are subject to change due to inclement weather or other unexpected circumstances.
- A Street from Maple Ave to 20th Street
- 20th Street from A Street to Main Street
- Main Street from 20th to Maple Avenue
- Maple Avenue from Main Street to A Street
There will be some rolling road closures as the parade passes through, with the primary concern for the safety of spectators and parade participants. The Purcellville Police Department will manage closures and re-opening of roadways based on the priority of safety.
The Town of Purcellville, Virginia
“Purcellville-your small Town, where history and progress intersect and people prosper,” is an award-winning town of approximately 10,000 residents located in Loudoun County, approximately 50 miles west of Washington, DC. Having received the 2021 Virginia Municipal League Innovation Award for Environmental Sustainability and in years past, the prestigious Siemens Sustainability Award for Small Communities, Purcellville continues to be honored for innovation and green initiatives. The Town most recently received the Tree City USA Award for the 14th consecutive year. The Town was reaffirmed as a AAA rated community by S&P Global Ratings, the highest credit rating possible, and was ranked “Safest City” in Virginia in 2020. Once a stop along the W&OD rail line, which has been converted to a multi-use trail from Alexandria, VA to Purcellville, the Town has maintained its historic old-town feel through the restoration and maintenance of its many downtown structures, reflecting the Victorian architecture popular during the early 1900s. Today, Purcellville is the economic hub of western Loudoun County and a popular weekend destination for antiquing, equestrian activities, farmer’s markets, wineries, breweries, distilleries and restaurants. More info at www.purcellvilleva.gov.